The weather, currently.
You will need the umbrella tomorrow. A disturbance will slowly track across the Great Lakes through Tuesday, bringing showers and occasional rain to the area. Monday morning will be wet, with rain showers and a wake-up temperature near 18°C. It will remain cloudy and unsettled for much of the day, and a front will approach helping trigger some possible thunderstorms. That risk will continue through the late afternoon. The high 22°C. The wind will be light from the SE and the UV index will be 3 or moderate.
Monday night: Mainly Cloudy with isolated showers ending, then partial clearing and a low of 16°C.
What you need to know, currently.
California's heatwave is winding down as Tropical Storm Kay lashes its southern coast.
"While rain may seem like a welcome break for many heat-stricken Californians or a reprieve from the ongoing drought, the intensity combined with extremely dry land conditions could be dangerous. Additionally, the strong winds even have the potential to push temperatures up in some coastal cities."
What you can do, currently.